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Lieuwe Jan Koning

Co-Founder and CTO ON2IT Group

Luca Cipriano

Threat Intel Specialist ON2IT

Rob Maas Field CTO

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FortiOS SSLVPN buffer overflow

The FortiOS SSLVPN buffer overflow vulnerability represents a covert danger lurking within the digital universe, jeopardizing the security of virtual landscapes.

This article serves as your guiding light amid the haze of cyber threats, shining a spotlight on effective measures to protect your organization from digital incursions.

Armed with the expertise of cybersecurity mavens Lieuwe Jan Koning, Luca Cipriano, and Rob Maas, we delve into this critical challenge, providing you with the knowledge and strategies needed for defense. Join us as we navigate through this cybersecurity quandary, steering you towards a more secure tomorrow.

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Episode details:

The revelation of the FortiGate SSLVPN vulnerability has sent shockwaves through the cybersecurity world, unveiling a critical flaw ripe for remote exploitation. This episode of Threat Talks takes you on a deep dive into the epicenter of this security lapse. We unpack the complex technical details, explore the far-reaching implications, and, crucially, guide you through the protective measures necessary to secure your digital domain.

Equipped with expert advice on mitigation tactics and preventive strategies, this session is your roadmap to confidently navigating the cyber threat landscape. We’re committed to bolstering the digital defenses of your organization, ensuring it stands resilient against any assault.

What cutting-edge strategies will our experts reveal to keep your digital assets safe? Tune in to uncover the secrets to cybersecurity success and keep your organization a step ahead of the threats. Stay informed, stay secure.

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